Downtown Chicago is only a short trip away, but Lincolnwood residents have plenty to enjoy right in their backyard.
From festivals and a summer concert series to classical concerts performed by the Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra, the village hosts a number of events that contribute to its close-knit sense of community. Residents also enjoy a wealth of parks, pools, tennis courts, baseball diamonds, nearby forest preserves and bicycle trails.
Shopping awaits at the Lincolnwood Town Center, while dozens of independent merchants greet customers by name. Among the village’s dining options is a popular barbeque restaurant where a scene from Ocean’s Twelve was filmed.
Lincolnwood homebuyers will find a variety of homes in several styles and price ranges including condominiums, well-maintained bungalows and new construction single-family homes.
Lincolnwood high school students attend the highly-acclaimed Niles West High School, part of District 219 in neighboring Skokie. The town is also part of the Oakton Community College District in Skokie, and offers three universities within 10 miles of the village.
The nearby Edgebrook Metra station provide residents with commuter rail service to downtown Chicago. Commuters can also take a public bus to catch the CTA’s Blue and Yellow lines.